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  1. He shows off his butt and if you have been missing Gerry's abs from "300," don't worry. They also make an appearance..
  2. from: http://jongustafsson.wordpress.com Jon Gustafsson's blog... "The North American version of Wrath of Gods DVD is sold out. There are no more new copies left anywhere. I just found this on Amazon.com. Someone is offering one copy for $58. This version will not be produced again, but I am working on a final version, with subtitles in German and Spanish and never before seen footage. Still haven’t decided if it will go into production..."
  3. Posted by marybluefairy ".. Anyway, I went to a screening of the new Guy Ritchie film, "RocknRolla" on Wednesday night. We barely made it, with just 2 minutes to spare! Thank goodness for reserved seating. Gotta love the Arclight. There was a scheduled Q&A for after the film, but when the email went out, the guests were TBA. I took a chance, hoping that Ritchie, or, dare I hope, Gerry Butler would show up. I was duly rewarded. I had only heard confirmation that Joel Silver, the producer, would be there, though. Just before they rolled the trailers, the usher announced that Butler would indeed be there to answer questions. Woo! At the Arclight, they only show 3-5 trailers (no commercials), so we were rocknrolling pretty quick. The movie was just what I expected, for the most part. It was both funny and action-packed, with twists and turns typical of a Guy Ritchie gangsta pic. If you liked "Snatch" you'll probably like this one. If you're a "Lock, Stock" fan, you might feel like it's too commercial. When the credits were rolling, I looked to my left (we were on the aisle, about five rows back on the left) and spotted Silver watching the crowd's reaction. There were a ton of people who pretended to be leaving so they could try and go by there. My brother spotted the top of Gerry's head. Be sure to stay and watch the credits, there's a funny extended version of a scene. It was really dark in there, so I only got a few shots, and most of them were bad. This was, sadly, the best one of the bunch. Butler confirmed his involvement in "The Watchmen," another hotly anticipated movie. He does a voice-over for the Japanese graphic novel in the story, but it will only appear on the DVD. There were some terrific stories about the making of "RocknRolla," including one involving a 6'7" Russian with a large machete, jumping on a bed on top of a ball-gagged Butler. :O He even did the "This is Sparta" line, off-handedly. He pointed in my direction at one point, I swear. Hahaha... There were also a lot of stupid or meandering questions, thank goodness for the moderator! Butler had some (mean-sounding) answers to those. Awesome. I looked around for some RnR merch, but found nothing. I did take a picture of the big backdrop in the lobby though. When we left, my brother went to pay for parking and the lady stole his ticket! It was weird, she asked us for a movie ticket, which he showed her, and she just took it! He was so confused, he didn't make her give it back. Thank goodness it wasn't autographed, or he would have Archie-slapped her.."
  4. Posted by marybluefairy "..Anyway, I went to a screening of the new Guy Ritchie film, "RocknRolla" on Wednesday night. We barely made it, with just 2 minutes to spare! Thank goodness for reserved seating. Gotta love the Arclight. There was a scheduled Q&A for after the film, but when the email went out, the guests were TBA. I took a chance, hoping that Ritchie, or, dare I hope, Gerry Butler would show up. I was duly rewarded. I had only heard confirmation that Joel Silver, the producer, would be there, though. Just before they rolled the trailers, the usher announced that Butler would indeed be there to answer questions. Woo! At the Arclight, they only show 3-5 trailers (no commercials), so we were rocknrolling pretty quick. The movie was just what I expected, for the most part. It was both funny and action-packed, with twists and turns typical of a Guy Ritchie gangsta pic. If you liked "Snatch" you'll probably like this one. If you're a "Lock, Stock" fan, you might feel like it's too commercial. When the credits were rolling, I looked to my left (we were on the aisle, about five rows back on the left) and spotted Silver watching the crowd's reaction. There were a ton of people who pretended to be leaving so they could try and go by there. My brother spotted the top of Gerry's head. Be sure to stay and watch the credits, there's a funny extended version of a scene. It was really dark in there, so I only got a few shots, and most of them were bad. This was, sadly, the best one of the bunch. Butler confirmed his involvement in "The Watchmen," another hotly anticipated movie. He does a voice-over for the Japanese graphic novel in the story, but it will only appear on the DVD. There were some terrific stories about the making of "RocknRolla," including one involving a 6'7" Russian with a large machete, jumping on a bed on top of a ball-gagged Butler. :O He even did the "This is Sparta" line, off-handedly. He pointed in my direction at one point, I swear. Hahaha... There were also a lot of stupid or meandering questions, thank goodness for the moderator! Butler had some (mean-sounding) answers to those. Awesome. I looked around for some RnR merch, but found nothing. I did take a picture of the big backdrop in the lobby though. When we left, my brother went to pay for parking and the lady stole his ticket! It was weird, she asked us for a movie ticket, which he showed her, and she just took it! He was so confused, he didn't make her give it back. Thank goodness it wasn't autographed, or he would have Archie-slapped her" Here:
  5. Katherine Heigl is flying high as she shoots a hot air ballon scene for her new movie "The Ugly Truth". High Flier Heigl plays the role of a News Reporter covering a story from a hot air balloon. Heigl's co-star Gerard Butler was also on set.
  6. Here’s to 2008 *raises glass* Enjoy the journey Gerry!
  7. A very Happy New Year to all of us!
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